New research has revealed that the combined costs of breaches could have been easily avoided with the use of bug bounty programs.

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The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has confirmed that it has dealt with 658 cyber attacks between the 1st September 2018 and 31st August 2019. 

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Employees at Equifax relied on default administration login credentials to secure a pathway that contained private customer details, reports reveal.

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A high number of businesses in Europe are choosing to not disclose cyber-security breaches to the public, despite the risk of heavy GDPR fines, a new study reports.

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Millions of American consumers and small businesses are affected by cybercrime around the world each year, many of whom struggle to find the resources they need to report, recover, and reinforce their cybersecurity.

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A report from Beaming has found that on average between July and September, UK firms experienced 157,528 attacks. 

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Speaking to CNBC, ex-Cambridge Analytica data scientist, Chris Wylie has said that data privacy in the US is in danger of plummeting as private companies continue to “monetise left, right and centre”.

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A new global study from Thales, with research from the Ponemon Institute, has exposed an increasing disparity between the rapid growth of data stored in the cloud and an organisation’s approach to cloud security.

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Online advertising is becoming the dominant force in the internet today.

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The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has issued a public service announcement informing organisations about high-impact ransomware attacks. 

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